This simple, yet wonderful recipe for Chicken Fried Rice will please everyone at your table. It's easy to make and just as tasty as the fried rice you'll get at your favorite Asian restaurant. If you happen to have 'old' rice (leftover from other meals), fried rice is the perfect way to use it up; but even freshly-made rice makes for great fried rice when fried up in the right way and with the right sauces. This recipe will teach you how to do just that, so your fried rice tastes as light and flavorful as it possibly can. Give it a try!
This saffron rice may just be the easiest rice recipe you'll ever make. Just put together a few ingredients and let them simmer in your rice cooker while you get on with other things. Saffron rice makes a delicious accompaniment to all types of Southeast-Asian and East Indian dishes, but is equally beautiful to serve alongside nearly any Western dish you might be making.
This Thai Yellow Fried Rice is colorful, easy to make, and tastes amazing. Made with fresh or frozen shrimp, this fried rice recipe also features greens, such as spring onion, fresh coriander, and peas. Turmeric is the special ingredient that makes the fried rice yellow, and because of its incredible health benefits, the addition of this spice makes this recipe a good-for-you treat. A great way to use up leftover rice - rice that is several days old is perfect for this simple but extremely tasty recipe. Enjoy!
Thai sticky rice is also known as "sweet" or "glutinous rice". Sticky rice makes a delicious accompaniment to various main course dishes, especially anything with a sauce. Similar to Japanese rice, Thai sticky rice is excellent served with saucy stir-fries or curries. While it can be made in a rice cooker, here I'm going to show you how to cook sticky rice in a pot on your stove. ENJOY!
Sticky rice is normally steamed, and because of this, few people here in the West can be bothered making it. But did you know you can also make sticky rice in your rice cooker with delicious results? Using a rice cooker cuts down on all the steps involved, and is so quick and easy to do, you'll find yourself enjoying sticky rice more often.
This easy fried rice recipe is the most popular type of fried rice in Thailand (Khao Phad Goong Moo). Try it and find out what all the fuss is about! This delicious fried rice features baby shrimp and bits of sausage as well as some healthy greens. Chicken can also be added, though it is equally good without. This fried rice recipe includes lots of cooking tips to get your fried rice to taste restaurant-quality (or better!). ENJOY!
This easy recipe for saffron rice hails from the south of Thailand, where it is often eaten with roast chicken. Saffron rice makes dinner extra special, and is nearly as easy to make as regular rice. You needn't own a rice cooker to make this recipe either - it's boiled in a pot on the stove, but tastes every bite like steamed rice! And unlike most saffron rice recipes, this one is fat-free. Because saffron is so expensive, I only use a little bit, then enhance the color by adding turmeric - a spice which also has incredible health benefits. Enjoy!